[The tracks on this album are connected -- they should be played without any gaps between them]
In February 2000, The Jerusalem Cinematheque initiated a performance that combined the 1919 classic silent film "The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari" with live musical interpretation by TaaPet. The performance was taken to other venues in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem during the following year and a half (among them the Tel Aviv Cinematheque, the Israel Museum, Tmuna Theatre and the Jerusalem Film Festival). The recordings of these performances were later edited and released as TaaPet's second album for FACT Records.
released January 8, 2001
music: binya reches, aviad albert
mastering: dudu huja
cover design: taapet
(originally released on FACT Records)
Throughout "Under," Dyani presents carefully-produced, soundscapes that, in one moment, invite the body to sway with echoing synths, whistles, claves and, in the next, pummel with waves of thumping hi-hats and bass. Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 22, 2020